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Mommy B's Discussions (127)

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"Thanks everyone, following as much as I can :) I appreciate the love!!"

Mommy B replied Sep 2, 2010 to Will Follow Back

8 Sep 3, 2010
Reply by Monica Kortright

"Joel at http://www.thecoastercritic.com has done http://www.mommyisgreen.net, mine h…"

Mommy B replied Jul 1, 2010 to Blog Designers

7 Jul 5, 2010
Reply by Alicia Voorhies

"Following you on Google Friend, do you know what you're having??"

Mommy B replied Mar 5, 2010 to Honk if you're a Mommy

44 Mar 5, 2010
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"Following you on Twitter, thanks for the momma love! Happy Thursday!"

Mommy B replied Mar 4, 2010 to Honk if you're a Mommy

44 Mar 5, 2010
Reply by Mommy B

"Thanks Jess, following you too and on Google Friend connect as well :)"

Mommy B replied Mar 1, 2010 to Honk if you're a Mommy

44 Mar 5, 2010
Reply by Mommy B

"Cute jewelry! Following you!"

Mommy B replied Feb 28, 2010 to Honk if you're a Mommy

44 Mar 5, 2010
Reply by Mommy B

"Following you on Google Friend and Twitter"

Mommy B replied Feb 28, 2010 to Honk if you're a Mommy

44 Mar 5, 2010
Reply by Mommy B

"Following you on Google Friend"

Mommy B replied Feb 28, 2010 to Honk if you're a Mommy

44 Mar 5, 2010
Reply by Mommy B

"Thanks Elizabeth I'm also doing a giveaway that ends today check it out: http://www.…"

Mommy B replied Feb 19, 2010 to Honk if you're a Mommy

44 Mar 5, 2010
Reply by Mommy B

"No worries, didn't want to miss you."

Mommy B replied Feb 18, 2010 to Honk if you're a Mommy

44 Mar 5, 2010
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